I'm from Maryland. Most of us consider ourselves to be a northern state, but closer to Virginia you can definitely spot some Confederate flags.
Yes of course the Maryland is part of the south.
As a Scot.I always thought it was deep south
I from Virginia and I do not even think of it as being in the south. Maryland......No.... It is more of a northern state to me. The people from Maryland and most of Virginia are culturally more northern than southern.
I have always thought it was north, being a frequent visitor of Georgia, if you meant in the civil war, it was part of the Union due to some careful behavior on Lincoln's part
Maryland is part of "The South" in that it is south of the Mason-Dixon line (ref).
Yes it is part of south
Isn't It On The Mason Dixon Line..? So Yes I Guess
No, it is not part of the South.
Yes, Maryland is part of the south
It seems to be a long way from me. In my book, the south end with Tennessee and the north begins with Virginia.
Well, most people consider it a northern state, but because it's close to Virginia, some people think of it as a Southern state.
That would be more of a northern state. From what i just read 77% of the people(the population) joined the union when civil war broke out.
No maryland is part of the north. You know this because during the civil war the north was a slave free state and maryland was an abolitionist state therefore maryland is part of the southern hemisphere.